During a trip to New York, the pope begs his limo driver to let him behind the wheel.  Unable to say no to his holiness, the driver agrees and gets in the back.  Within a block, the two are pulled over, but when the officer sees who's driving, he calls his sergeant. "Sarge," he
stammers.  "I stopped someone really important and I don't know what to do."

"Is it the mayor?" his sergeant asks.
"No, sir, more important."
"The governor?"
"Negative, sir.  More important."
"Don't tell me you stopped the President!" the Sarge yells.
"I don't know who it is," the officer responds. "But the POPE is driving him around!"